Classificação Académica das Universidades Mundiais

Universidade de Sydney
Name: Universidade de Sydney
English Name: University of Sydney
Region: Oceania
Country: Australia
Found Year: 1850
Address: University of Sydney, Building A14, Sydney, New South Wales 2006, Australia

The University of Sydney is a leading, comprehensive research and teaching community committed to maximising the potential of the students, teachers and researchers who work and study there, whatever their social or cultural background. It is unique among Australia’s leading universities in the breadth of disciplines it offers and has more than 50,000 students, providing them with wide opportunities for personal development and cross-disciplinary study. The University’s courses reflect the latest thinking and knowledge.

Located in the heart of Australia’s largest and most international city, the University welcomes students and researchers from all over the world and all backgrounds. Students from more than 140 countries are studying at Sydney, with international students making up one-fifth of the student body.

The University’s research strategy aims to deliver multidisciplinary solutions to real-world problems by bringing together the expertise of bright minds. It provides significant support and large-scale investment to help researchers explore new frontiers of knowledge in areas of national and global importance.

One key multidisciplinary initiative is the Charles Perkins Centre, which aims to ease the burden of obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease – the leading causes of mortality and disease burden in the developed world and increasingly so in many developing countries. The University is creating an AU$385 million research and education hub that will house 1000 researchers and new facilities.

University of Sydney researchers also harness new technology to find cleaner fuels and revolutionise computing, identify threats to international security, tackle climate change, and constantly seek to broaden our horizons. Collaboration is crucial to their success, and undergraduate students are taught by and study alongside top researchers, and in some cases contribute to their research.

The University’s collaboration is strengthened by its partnerships with industry, other universities, international institutions and other countries. An important focus is developing Australia’s relationships with its geographical neighbours. The University’s China Studies Centre works in partnership with Chinese academia, government and business to better understand China’s impact on the world and Australia, and improve cooperation and relations. The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre brings together around 190 academics, teachers and researchers from more than a dozen faculties to forge an innovative and engaged approach to that region.

At home, the University has made the promotion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation, engagement, education and research one of its core objectives, through the Wingara Mura – Bunga Barrabugu strategy, which aims to integrate an indigenous perspective into everything the University community does.

On campus, students are involved in university life, from participating in social clubs to having a strong voice in University decision-making. This involvement sets Sydney apart from its Australian peers and generates a unique on-campus buzz.

Today’s researchers build on a tradition of success forged by the University’s alumni, who have risen to prominence as prime ministers, Nobel laureates, Oscar-winners, business leaders, social activists and medical pioneers. They have all benefited from the University’s determination to develop curious minds ready to embrace challenges, to reveal new perspectives and to find solutions.

The University reaches beyond its campuses to contribute to Sydney’s community life through championship-winning sports teams and ground breaking art and music. Its museums house the largest collection of antiquities in the southern hemisphere, while the Sydney Ideas public lecture series attracts globally prominent speakers to address the key issues facing today’s world.

In creating the first tertiary education institution in Australia, the University’s founders recognised the power of education to change society. That belief remains just as strong today.

Total Enrollment:37367
           International Students:8735(23%)
Undergraduate Enrollment:27667
           International Students:4494(16%)
Graduate Enrollment:9700
           International Students:4241(44%)

Undergraduate Programs
           Advanced Diploma of Opera
           Agriculture Undergraduate Cross-Institutional
           Agriculture Undergraduate Non-Degree
           Arts Undergraduate Cross-Institutional
           Arts Undergraduate Non-Degree
           Bachelor of Agricultural Economics
           Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience
           Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science)
           Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) and Master of Nutrition and Dietetics
           Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise Physiology)
           Bachelor of Applied Science (MRS) Diagnostic Radiography
           Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy)
           Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy)
           Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology)
           Bachelor of Arts
           Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) (Honours)
           Bachelor of Arts (Advanced) (Honours) and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
           Bachelor of Arts (Honours)
           Bachelor of Arts (Languages)
           Bachelor of Arts (Languages) (Honours)
           Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications)
           Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) (Honours)
           Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Social Work
           Bachelor of Arts and Master of Nursing
           Bachelor of Commerce
           Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies)
           Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts
           Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
           Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Science
           Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology
           Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology (Advanced)
           Bachelor of Computer Science and Technology (Honours)
           Bachelor of Design Computing
           Bachelor of Design Computing (Honours)
           Bachelor of Design in Architecture
           Bachelor of Design in Architecture (Honours)
           Bachelor of Economics
           Bachelor of Economics (Honours)
           Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
           Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
           Bachelor of Education (Primary)
           Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science
           Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education: Science) and Bachelor of Science
           Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Human Movement and Health Education)
           Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Humanities and Social Sciences) and Bachelor of Arts
           Bachelor of Education (Secondary:Aboriginal Studies)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Aeronautical (Space))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Aeronautical)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical and Biomolecular)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Civil (Construction))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Civil (Environmental))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Civil (Geotechnical))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Civil (Structures))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Project Engineering)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Computer)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical (Bioelectronics))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical (Power))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Flexible First Year)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical (Biomedical))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical (Space))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic (Space))
           Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronic)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Software)
           Bachelor of Engineering (Telecommunications)
           Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Arts
           Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Commerce
           Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Design Architecture
           Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Medical Science
           Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Project Management
           Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Science
           Bachelor of Environmental Systems
           Bachelor of Health Sciences
           Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Nursing
           Bachelor of Information Technology
           Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Arts
           Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Commerce
           Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Medical Science
           Bachelor of Information Technology and Bachelor of Science
           Bachelor of International and Global Studies
           Bachelor of International and Global Studies (Honours)
           Bachelor of International and Global Studies and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Science
           Bachelor of Medical Science
           Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours)
           Bachelor of Medical Science and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
           Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
           Bachelor of Music (Composition)
           Bachelor of Music (Music Education)
           Bachelor of Music (Musicology)
           Bachelor of Music (Performance)
           Bachelor of Music Studies
           Bachelor of Music Studies (Honours)
           Bachelor of Music Studies and Bachelor of Arts
           Bachelor of Music Studies and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
           Bachelor of Nursing (Advanced Studies)
           Bachelor of Nursing (Honours)
           Bachelor of Nursing Post Registration
           Bachelor of Oral Health
           Bachelor of Pharmacy
           Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences
           Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences (Honours)
           Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Project Management
           Bachelor of Psychology
           Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)
           Bachelor of Resource Economics
           Bachelor of Science
           Bachelor of Science (Advanced Mathematics)
           Bachelor of Science (Advanced)
           Bachelor of Science (Advanced) and Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
           Bachelor of Science (Honours)
           Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts (combined degree)
           Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws
           Bachelor of Science and Master of Nursing
           Bachelor of Science and Master of Nutrition and Dietetics
           Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
           Bachelor of Social Work
           Bachelor of Socio-Legal Studies (Honours)
           Bachelor of Veterinary Science
           Bachelor of Visual Arts
           Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours)
           Engineering Undergraduate Cross-Institutional
           Engineering Undergraduate Non-Degree
           Health Sciences Undergraduate Non-Award

Performance na Classificação Académica das Universidades Mundiais
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Performance na Classificação Académica das Universidades Mundiais por Grande Área Disciplinar
ARWU-FIELD 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Performance na Classificação Académica das Universidades Mundiais por Área Disciplinar
ARWU-SUBJECT 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
economia / comércio///101-150101-150101-150101-150
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